Source code for woodwork.deserialize

from woodwork.deserializers.utils import get_deserializer

[docs]def read_woodwork_table( path, filename=None, data_subdirectory="data", typing_info_filename="woodwork_typing_info.json", profile_name=None, validate=False, **kwargs, ): """Read Woodwork table from disk, S3 path, or URL. Args: path (str): Directory on disk, S3 path, or URL to read data and typing information. filename (str, optional): The name of the file used to store the data during serialization. If not specified, will be determined from the typing info file. data_subdirectory (str, optional): The subdirectory in which the data was stored during serialization. Defaults to "data". typing_info_filename (str, optional): The name of the JSON file used to store the Woodwork typing information during serialization. Defaults to "woodwork_typing_info.json". profile_name (str, bool): The AWS profile specified to write to S3. Will default to None and search for AWS credentials. Set to False to use an anonymous profile. validate (bool, optional): Whether parameter and data validation should occur when initializing Woodwork dataframe during deserialization. Defaults to False. Note: If serialized data was modified outside of Woodwork and you are unsure of the validity of the data or typing information, `validate` should be set to True. kwargs (keywords): Additional keyword arguments to pass as keyword arguments to the underlying deserialization method. Returns: DataFrame: DataFrame with Woodwork typing information initialized. """ deserializer = get_deserializer( path, filename, data_subdirectory, typing_info_filename, profile_name ) return deserializer.deserialize(profile_name, validate, **kwargs)